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“Oh, it’s cold.” (Haru)
“That’s right. It’s colder than I expected.” (Kei)
We’re in Hokkaido. Sapporo, the capital of Hokkaido. The dungeon in Hokkaido was located at the edge of Sapporo.
Dungeons seem to be in the most convenient places, but they are often made in the most crowded places.
This can be seen from the fact that they are not found in the middle of the ocean or desert, and that they are often found in densely populated areas.
And you would think that if that were all there actually is, there would be a number of dungeons in Tokyo. It is the government’s opinion that dungeons are likely to be built in places where there are many people, with their locations determined randomly.
In other words, it doesn’t mean that dungeons can only be built in places where there are many people.
Aside from that, the Hokkaido Dungeon is also known as the Sapporo Dungeon. The Hero Party who is currently called Japan’s Strongest must have also explored Sapporo Dungeon. Anyway, I’d like to see how strong they are, but I’ve only seen them recently and they shouldn’t have changed that much.
That said, the last time I saw them was three months ago.
I feel that they will change enough in 3 months. The First Heroes have the Guardian Staff of the Saintess and the Spirit Sword of the Paladin, which we had to give to them as a bitter sacrifice.
It’s no wonder they’re slaughtering a lot of people in the forest right now. They could use [Sanctuary] to block the lured monsters and then use the Sword of Faith, the skill of the Spirit Sword, to cut them down. I don’t know how strong the [Sword of Faith] is, so I can’t say for sure.
And now we are. We’re in front of the dungeon. The square in front of the entrance to the dungeon dam, to be exact.
One thing I noticed is that the plaza is by far the largest in addition to Tokyo. It looks like it could hold an event. But then I realized there was a stage. I guessed that events were actually held here. I’ll have to do some research on the Internet.
“Brother, it seems that a few days ago there was a mock battle event for other explorers of the Hero Party here.” (Haru)
“Oh, I was just about to look it up.” (Kei)
“No, it says so right there.” (Haru)
Looking at the place Haru pointed to, there was a sign with information about the event schedule and other dungeon-related information. And the Dungeon Market is on the far right of the Dungeon Dam.
The Dungeon Market, which was initially only in Tokyo, is also created for each dungeon, and companies sell there.
“Would you like to go see the Dungeon Market?” (Kei)
“That’s right. It’s a hassle to just go to the dungeon. We wouldn’t be able to capture much of it anyway.” (Haru)
We hurriedly made our way to the dungeon market.
Why are we going to the dungeon market? Well, as you may have guessed, my parents were not there. I thought there was a possibility that they just weren’t there today, so I took a picture and did some scouting. Haru also followed behind me, with her hand grabbing my clothes. Well, in other words, Haru didn’t do much of anything.
As a result, it turns out, no one knows them. Well, that’s expected. We didn’t expect to hit the target right from the start since we had to go through eight dungeons in total. And by the way, I think our father had the inconvenient body of not wanting to be at places that are too cold and hot. That’s why he wouldn’t go to Hokkaido, the coldest place in Japan.
But if that’s the case, Kagoshima will not be an option too. It seems to be too hot for him.
And then, of course, he would have free time, I thought. I thought so, but it’s eight o’clock now.
Well, Hokkaido is far away. I had to stop by a bank before I came here, so we had to buy train station lunches. It’s already time for dinner. The dungeon market closes in an hour.
All we did when we came to Hokkaido was ask around. I don’t think that’s it. Our plan is to head to Iwate tomorrow morning, where the next dungeon is located.
Well, let’s enjoy the little time we have.
The inside of the Dungeon Market was different from Tokyo, where it looked like a big warehouse, and it looked like it was surrounded by ice and rocks, which was somewhat fantastic. It was as if I was in a glacier and the lights were surrounded by ice-like material. The ice is made of some unknown material that doesn’t seem to be glass or plastic.
No, it might actually be just glass or plastic, but for some reason, it looked like that to me.
Unlike the dungeon market in Tokyo that I saw a few months ago, there were no gaps between the stores. The large, empty space I had seen before was gone.
As we were walking around the market, we found something interesting.
It was a poster.
“Let’s decorate the Dungeon Market with Dungeon Materials.”
That’s what it said. The Sapporo Dungeon collects materials that people have that can’t be sold for money under the guise of donations and uses some kind of skill to make the dungeon market more luxurious. From what I’ve heard, the icicles on the ceiling and the glowing ice on the walls are made with these skills.
It’s certainly not ice or plastic, then.
I wonder if I noticed them because of the presence of dungeon items. I’m not sure.
That was when it happened. It was at that time that the entrance became noisy, just like any other time.
“Welcome back.” (Crowd)
“Good work.” (Crowd)
“How were the drops today?” (Crowd)
It is Japan’s Strongest, the Hero Party. All four are walking with Item Pouches. As expected, those who earn more than 100 million a month are different. I think. Well, we both have an Item Pouch. Perhaps that Item Pouch was either obtained by themselves or purchased.
In the waist of the Hero shines a magnificent sword sheath. I would like to say that the sword there was a gift from us. The gift we gave was the sword, so I could only see the handle outside the scabbard.
And what is with the appearance of the Hero?
“They’re stronger.” (Haru)
“That’s right. Is the aura different?” (Kei)
“No, I don’t know.” (Haru)
Somehow the Hero Party seemed to be well.
It feels like they’ve grown up a lot somehow.
Then the Hero pulls his sword from the scabbard then he stands overlooking the entire market.
And he opened his mouth.
“I have something to report for everyone today! And I would like to ask for everyone’s cooperation.” (Yuki)
That’s what the Hero suddenly said.
I just want to say one thing.
The only thing I would like to say is that the slightly louder voice of each person is not enough to be heard in the large Dungeon Market.
Most people can’t hear you. Especially when they are too far away.
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